You Better Watch Out December 14, 2018 By Jan 30 Comments It seems there is a serial toy killer in our midst!! These bodies were recently found: Poor Mr. Giraffe, Mr. West Paw Rowdie*, and Mr. Duckworth Duck* Investigations turned up the unsub’s lair, where evidence, along with more bodies, was found. The unsub’s lair. The suspect was apprehended not long after, and a grand jury was convened. The suspect, one Luke the Lab Mix Keefe, claimed his innocence. “I didn’t do it!!” However, when faced with the evidence against him, he confessed! “Well….maybe I did it……” He expressed his deep remorse. “I’m sorry….I couldn’t help myself.” “Please don’t tell Santa! I was under the influence of cabin fever!” In the spirit of Christmas, no indictment was returned by the grand jury. “How could we not trust and forgive that face?” Luke was released with the hope that the thought of Santa would keep him in line. It’s only December though, so it’s going to be a long winter….we suggest to be on the safe side, the rest of you watch your backs! Stay safe, and hopefully in one piece….. You might also like these posts:Dressing Up Our New Home with Animal Art from FramedArt.comIt’s All Relative – When Bad News Can Seem Almost GoodJune Positive Pet Training – What’s Your Dog Training Plan?Wordless Wednesday – Autumn Sunset Share This Post!Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
Jodi Stone says
Someone in our house decided the sofa was a stuffie. The grand jury isn’t being kind on this one. 🙂
Glad Luke didn’t get in too much trouble.
Uh-oh!! The worst we’ve ever had is bed comforters. In fact, my current quilt has two holes in it. But that’s just from scratching to get it perfectly situated to lay on. Our golden retriever Moses used to de-stuff every comforter we had!
Oh dear! Even the threat of Santa watching doesn’t keep Rye from destroying things–so we have the toys that she’s allowed to destroy and the ones that get taken away as soon as she stops playing nicely.
It’s funny how there are certain toys we’ve had for a long time that he has never tried to destroy. I wonder what gets them focused on certain ones?
I can imagine Rye doesn’t let anything deter her from having fun! 🙂
JOANN stancer says
Hehe Luke the toy destuffer! He looks so cute!
Who could be mad at that face, right? 🙂
Bear surprised me in so many ways … but seeing him drag my stuffed animals around has got to be the highlight. And he wasn’t gentle with them either!
Our cat Katie (Sam’s biological sister) used to drag my beanie babies all over the house. At first, the dogs got blamed, which I know was her plan. 🙂
I won’t tell Santa 🙂
Thank you for a hilarious story. Luke’s expressions fit your gripping thriller perfectly. I’m so glad that he got off without jail time! Santa is coming, Luke – you’d better be good!
(I actually can’t believe how expressive he can be at times. I just take a bunch of shots and hope there’s something to work with. He outdid himself this time!)
Bell Fur Zoo says
BOL I has a sneaking suspicion one or two might not make it til da 25th 😉
Matt & Matilda
So far they are, but it’s still a LONG time ’til Christmas!! 🙂
Melissa Clinton says
Pierre is our resident toy killer but he says the toys always start the fight. BOL!
Yes! Those toys are troublemakers, thank you, Pierre!
I think a good sentence is let Luke of with a warning this time. He may not get so lucky the next time.
He will keep that in mind for sure!! 🙂
Brian Frum says
That’s too funny but we would have released you too handsome Luke!
Thank you for your support!
Comedy Plus says
I say no kennel time. Just probation. Cabin fever can make you do things you wouldn’t ordinarily do.
Have a woof woof day and weekend. My best to your peeps. ♥
Thank you so much!!
Monika & Sam says
That face even impressed Elsa…she’s even willing to offer her collection! Too cute. Here’s hoping the survivors make it safely.
So far, so good, and Luke appreciates Elsa’s generous offer!!
All Things Collie says
I couldn’t blame that face either! He’s too sweet!
He knows how to use it, that’s for sure. BOL!
hahahaha we say: not guilty because of canine cuteness ;O)
I think it was the weather. I’ve never done anything destructive, and Mom has always said I’ve been perfect since the day I arrived. Yesterday, Bailie started to rip apart a bed. Mom got mad and Bailie was in trouble. The bed was repaired. Last night, I disappeared. Mom found me ripping apart the bed where I had seen Bailie doing it. There was stuffing everywhere. Sometimes I guess even good dogs go bad for a short time. You will be fine Luke. Us good dogs have to check out what bad is like now and then.
Luke appreciates your support, Madison! I used to blame Sheba for his mischief. She was a serial toy destroyer as well, and I used to think it was her starting it, like Bailie did with you, that got Luke going. For a while, he didn’t destroy anything at all, so I really do think it was the cabin fever that did it.